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June 9, 2006, 11:17 AM

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Originally Posted by Madali
Describe the noise. Is it a grinding noise? Does it grind and then stop then gring and stop again with rotation? If yes, it could be brake pad rub....normal. Is it a low hum with vibration? Could be a cupped tire....not normal. Is it a heavy rubbing AND grinding that doesn't hit and miss with rotation? Could be bearings....BAD.

Yes! It only grinds a little bit when at take offs but disipates when speeding up. I recently heard that this is normal as well. Thanks!
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